Joint Enterprise License Agreement

Additional Microsoft volume products are available through Insight Public Sector`s (insightfederal-JELA@insight.com) JELA, including: If you manage forms, digital signatures, and document workflows or are a public affairs or design professional who needs the best creative tools, this session offers an overview of the features you have through JELA and how you can apply for your licenses. The army`s deputy chief information officer, Michael Krieger, said the military would save more than $70 million a year during the deal. IOC Air Force Lt. General Michael J. Basla said it would save the Air Force $50 million a year. Jela is the first agreement involving three major DOD agencies (Army, Air Force, and Defense Information Systems Agency) with a single vehicle to access the latest Microsoft technologies to support key IT priorities in the areas of data center consolidation, cooperation, cybersecurity, cloud computing, and big data. According to the American Forces Press Service, the agreement, a joint effort of the Army, Air Force, and Defense Information Systems Agency, « shows the best prices DOD has received so far for Microsoft desktop and server software licenses. » Tim Solms, general manager of Microsoft`s DOD business, spoke with FedScoop Radio about the deal and what it means for both Microsoft and DOD. . . .